What to do, if you only have three days to spend in probably one of the most exclusive destinations of the Med? Aah, for sure a difficult question, but here is a few suggestions of places you cannot miss. The Costa Smeralda in Sardinia is a unique mixture of nature and lifestyle where everything is at few miles distance. This place offers so many bays with crystal waters and sandy beaches, and it is often blessed with nice breezes and a flat sea. That is why it's popular among experienced sailors. At the same time it is also a favourite destination for mega yachts and their VIP guests, which very often attract a lot of attention...




Embark in Portisco/ Cala dei Sardi (20 mins from Olbia Airport). Sail to cala Liscia and drop anchor for a quick swim, while the crew prepare to sail. Hoist sails to enjoy the summer breeze and get to Golfo Pevero. Night at anchor or in Portocervo, definitely 'the place-to-go' in Sardinia, rich in glamour and lifestyle (Distance run in the day: 9 Nmiles).


Budelli and Cala S. Maria

Sail to Budelli and Cala S.Maria, probably the most famous bay in Costa Smeralda, renown for its pink beach, which is now a protected area. Night at anchor or in port in the unspoiled marina Porto Raphael (12 Nmiles).


Cala di Volpe

Sail to Cala Brigantino and Caprera, where one of the most famous sailing schools of Italy has been set up, more than fifty years ago. Enjoy the young sailors strolling by on their little dinghies, while hoping from a bay to another. Afternoon sailing to Cala di Volpe. Night ashore to enjoy one of the best restaurants of the area (13 NMiles).


See you soon, Sardinia!

Enjoy your breakfast on board, surrounded by the beautiful bay of Cala di Volpe. Disembark in time for your flight (Olbia Airport: 30 mins distance by taxi).



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